If only more things were made out of plastic building blocks, so much money and frustration could be spared. Broken door? Just patch it up with some blocks. Cracked ceiling? Patch it up with some blocks. Dented car? Patch it up with some blocks. Until the day comes that a universal, affordable and can-be-used-for-anything block is developed, stick with today’s Groupon to reverse those unwanted dents in your steel chariot; pay R270 for a car dent repair kit from Euro1supply.
For many people their car is as precious to them as a pet. They care for it, feed it expensive, highly-combustible fuel and take it on regular trips to the beach, parks and mountain trails and make sure it’s safe every night before turning off for the night. So when you awake the next morning, and walk around your four-wheeled companion only to discover a ghastly dent, it’s a pain that cuts right to the core of you. The only thing more painful is the dreaded repair bill you’ll receive after the needed repairs have been done by team of professionals. Instead of forking out hard-earned rands and leaving your baby in the company of strangers for several hours, get today’s Groupon and take care of repairs yourself.
With the Euro1supply car dent repair kit, dents will be no more of a nuisance than wiping your car’s windscreen. The clever, easy-to-use device employs a flex-n-pull design that repairs dents in three simple steps without leaving any evidence of it at all. All you do is stick, twist and pull and voila, dent no more. Regardless of how the dent came into being, whether it was a sudden rain of hail or a stray cricket ball, the repair kit will restore that clean, new look to the body of your car. Unlike like other dent repair products, this one will leave no damage or blemishes on the surface of your car and will leave it beautifully restored.
Gaming fact: During an incredibly drawn-out and overly serious game of Simon Says, one player was told to be a ‘lone-ranger’. He was so caught up in the game that before he could called back he jumped into his Hilux and set off into the sunset. As the story goes he is still roaming the plains on his 4x4 steed to this day.